Gujarat Technology University and two China varsities signs MoU


Two Chinese Universities Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan associate with India.

As per news, yet another time Gujarat Technological University (GTU) inks Memorandum of Association (MoU) with Chinese Varsity. But this time with two Universities located in China namely- – Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan – for student exchange and educational partnership.

Eight week summer internship programme-

The programme aims for a joint research says GTU registrar G P Vadodariya. The eight week summer internship programme will be designed so that students and faculty exchange of both the origins can explore things and learn jointly. As far as the language barrier is concerned, the registrar said that they are soon establishing a Chinese language centre at the GTU to assist students.

Arrangements for dual degree are in pipeline as said a GTU official for which the team has to streamline details like the courses and specialization.

Other affiliations between China and India-

On November 28, 2013, The University had earlier entered into a MoU with Sias International University at Xinzheng.

During the Vibrant Gujarat summit which will be held in January 2015, will sign MoUs with various Chinese universities for summer internships, research among other fields of academics.

Vibrant Gujarat summit preparations are going on for which a meeting was held by the state government and the Vice-Chancellor of Gujarat University, M.N.Patel was to view those fields of academics which can make way for improving International relations in a way of MoU during the summit.

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